Trade Diversification for Canada

$50 Million a Day

Author: Northern Gateway - 17 September 2013
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Canada is foregoing $50 million a day because the country lacks the infrastructure necessary to export one of our most valuable resources — energy — says a news study published by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Th...

Northern Gateway makes strongest case ever for pipelines

Author: Northern Gateway - 31 May 2013
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Northern Gateway, today, filed the Written Argument for the strongest case ever presented in Canadian pipeline regulatory hearings. May 31, 2013, is the deadline for participants in the Joint Review Panel process to file...

Export market access increasingly needed: report

Author: Northern Gateway - 3 April 2013
WorldTrade

Video: Enbridge CEO discusses the changing markets for Canada's energy industry The CIBC is one of three of Canada’s big banks calling for new export oil pipelines to tap into the energy-hungry markets in Asia. TD and...

New studies say Canada must act fast to access markets

Author: Northern Gateway - 7 February 2013
MarineTerminal

A new study, released February 6, 2013, by the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy says Canada has a short window—two to five years—to get its oil to Asian markets before economic opportunities narrow. ...

Changing Markets – Evolving Expectations

Author: Northern Gateway - 30 January 2013
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Changing Markets – Evolving Expectations… that was the theme of a speech given by Enbridge CEO Al Monaco to a packed room at the Westin Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta today, January 30, 2013. Central to the presentation,...

Lack of market diversity to cost Canada $1.3 Trillion: study

Author: Northern Gateway - 7 January 2013
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In a report released November 2012, CERI (Canadian Energy Research Institute) calculated the cost to Canada’s GDP at as much as $1.3 trillion if major pipeline expansion projects don't get built. That means the loss...

Pipeline expansion is a national priority

Author: Janet Holder - 17 December 2012
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Pictured above: the Port at Kitimat near the proposed Gateway marine terminal When Canada’s top economic thinkers speak their mind—we should all listen. New reports out on December 17, 2012, from some of Canada’s t...

Canadian oil export pipelines full

Author: Northern Gateway - 22 November 2012
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At a recent event, an Enbridge Vice President, Vern Yu, told oil industry watchers “All of the crude oil export pipelines are pretty much full, running at maximum capacity. And we’re not likely to see any meaningful ...

Opening new markets ‘critical’

Author: Northern Gateway - 31 October 2012
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Two recent reports from leading Canadian thinkers highlight the critical need to open new export markets for Canada’s oil resources. Patricia Mohr, a commodities expert with the Bank of Nova Scotia, gave prominence to ...

Gateway opens new markets

Author: Northern Gateway - 27 September 2012
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The Alberta Federation of Labour (AFL), and their friend Robyn Allan, have both suggested the Northern Gateway project will restrict domestic access to Canadian crude oil. Ms. Allan, in her evidence submitted to the Join...

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